The question then becomes what are we going to do about it, or as it ultimately concludes, what am I going to do about it?
The question of whether the Constables should be removed from the States is going to be confused by other issues such as should the Senators be removed from States - a campaign to retain Senators is no doubt going to be headed by the man who set Jersey on its death spiral, Pierre Horsfall and will draw a lot of votes to option C. Those who want change but want to retain the Constable will vote for Option B.
The only ECHR compliant option is option A.
If the only legal option is Option A then why are the other options even being presented?
The referendum could have asked two YES or NO questions - Do you want constables in the States? And do you want to retain the island wide mandate?
Instead it has asked two questions as one and likely skewed the results towards option Bailhache.
This is not a fair vote and someone should challenge it in Court... that someone may in the end have to be me.